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‘Former Chief Ministers not entitled for any government accommodation’, says Supreme Court

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Monday, August 1, 2016
New Delhi

Supreme Court of India
Supreme Court of India


The Supreme Court of India today on Monday has ruled that the former Chief Ministers are not entitled to any government accommodation. In an order today, the Apex Court has ordered the former Chief Ministers who are in possession of any such accommodation has to be vacated within two months. The Court directed six former Chief Ministers of UP to vacate the government houses allotted to them.


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